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Episode 76 of A Swift Kick In The Ass podcast. Lifelong friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss the importance of persistence.

Fall down, stand up, repeat is a motto of A Swift Kick In The Ass podcast. If you fail to reach a goal, simply get back up and try again. Write down your goals and have a road map that will help guide you day in and day out.

Thomas Edison failed ten thousand times before he was successful inventing the light bulb. Keeping a journal or diary is a great way to evaluate if your plan is working or if you should pivot.

Winning is not the most important thing. If you are on the wrong track you must have an indicator to let you know when to pivot or acknowledge the goal is not right for you. Little changes add up over the years and lead to big changes that can be measured.

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